20 Best Public High Schools in Minnesota

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19. Hopkins Senior High School, Minnetonka, MN

Hopkins Senior High School is a public school in Minnetonka, Minnesota. It has 1,744 students in grades 10-12.

The academics offered in the school are very diverse. Students can take many difficult classes and many electives. The school has mostly Honors and AP core classes and a few College In School classes to challenge the student body. The electives include many art classes and tech classes such as photography, media arts, yearbook, journalism, guitar, and engineering.

The teachers are Hopkins High School provide engaging lectures and inspire students to do their best. Many of them are available before and after school.

There is an organization called TASC located at their library 3 days a week for struggling students to get the help that they need. Teachers try their best to go there and help and even have student helpers/volunteers to help aid the other students for better efficiency.

The extracurricular opportunities at Hopkins High School are very unique and build strong connections. Students become very passionate and work very hard whether it is for theater, choir, sport, language club, gay rights club, etc.. This school offers and provides so many opportunities for all types of students.

Athletics are very important to the school, the girls basketball team has won the state championship 5 while the boys basketball team has won the state championship 8 times. The athletic facilities are great.

They have two indoor tracks, a weight room, and many basketball courts available for sports. All of these facilities are free to students. Most of the sports have super fans as well and the annual pep fest is always a blast with a ton of school spirit.

  • Hopkins Senior High School graduation rate is 87.0%. National average is 82.2%.
  • 56.0% students of Hopkins Senior High School scored at or above proficiency levels on their state math assessment test.
  • 69.0% students of Hopkins Senior High School scored at or above proficiency levels on their state reading/language arts assessment test.
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